Summerfest attracted families from all over to the festivities Friday after the previous day's severe thunderstorms and heavy rain.
"We saw signs, and it looked fun for the children,"
Trahan brought her three young girls to visit family in Eagle Rock.
"It's nice to come back to this," she said.
Trahan said her daughters enjoyed being outside at Summerfest because it is much cooler in this area than their hometown.
"It's 100 degrees where we are, and there are a lot of mosquitoes,"
Her young daughters,
Trahan's youngest daughter, Elena, rode her first amusement park ride on Friday at the event.
A local family enjoyed the fair for different reasons.
Her son, Andrew, said his favorite part of the fair was the food, while his friend,
Fair vendors hope that they don't experience rainy weather for the remainder of the festivities.
"Hopefully, there is a big turn out and everyone enjoys themselves,"
Vendor Ruth Asaiya,
"My tent flew up and broke (Thursday)," she said.
Asaiya makes and sells high-end dresses for children up to 8 years old.
Workers at Hewlett's Hot Sausage food cart hoped for the same.
"I just hope we do better than (Thursday) night,"
Hewlett's food cart sells hot sausage as well as hamburgers and hot dogs. Cole said Hewlett's food cart does about 15 events during the warm season, including the Bloomsburg Fair.
"We do a lot of fairs," Cole said. "
The cart was recently featured at a carnival in
Cole said his boss's dad started the company in 1954 and is based in
Summerfest, a local fair with food, games and amusement rides, will continue today from
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